BEARINGPOINT SRL

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CHRISTIAN GURNY

  |  03.08.2016

Working Today on the Trends of Tomorrow!

Internet of Things (IoT) for Business is now turning into reality and it proves to be the most viable solution to drive innovation within companies.

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BEARINGPOINT SRL

CHRISTIAN GURNY

CHRISTIAN GURNY

COUNTRY LEADER at BEARINGPOINT SRL

IoT cloud platforms and smart devices create new opportunities for the development of applications to process, analyze and visualize data in real time, and at the same time use open protocols to integrate them with ERP systems – the backbone system environments of all big enterprises.

 

As the technology is rapidly evolving, companies are motivated to stay ahead of the curve by adopting an agile approach in prototyping their IoT architecture and offering proof-of-concept solutions. With this approach, they can tackle in advance all integration challenges mainly represented by communication protocols, scalability and security, enabling them to deploy instantaneously, bringing innovation at a speed never seen before. In the past, only few companies were using sensors to gather data in their businesses.


In the context of a constantly moving and developing technical and technological landscape, mobility is the key and primary driver for great achievements and for surpassing the competition.
By harnessing the latest trends, not only in terms of mobile hardware, but also in terms of mobile software development tools, we innovate and bring new tremendous value to processes within enterprises. This leads to a huge positive impact on time and cost efficiency.

 

For the first time in history, a larger proportion of the population is living in urban areas and the UN predicts that up to 80 percent of people will reside in cities by 20501 . While this trend poses major challenges, it offers limitless possibilities for creating future services that ensure a high-quality, sustainable way of life. 

 

Internet of Things – a trend or a business necessity? 


The use of sensors and other ‘things’ has recently increased their popularity, triggered by technology development towards the cloud, Wi-Fi, smart devices, web and mobile solutions.


A significant part of companies are already exploiting the technology and allocating larger budgets for IoT.


Capturing relevant data using sensors is cheaper and more accurate than it used to be at the time when people had to measure information manually, since human error can often lead to imprecise data. 

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